but which one of the republican national candidates running for president is going to be willing to stand up and say, you know, i think this guy walker went too far in wisconsin. i think kasich is reaching too far. i'm going to distance myself and go more moderate. i don't think the republicans are going to do that. >> i don't either, ed. i think you're kind to, you know, say that it's great they're relentless. i think they're cruel. i think they're cruel, mean-spirited. they don't really care about people. they don't talk jobs, they don't talk about recovery. and they're bashing people at a time when this country desperately needs a sense of a fair deal for people. listen, we came out of a recession caused by wall street and they're in hawk to wall street. i don't see a republican governor standing up. maybe scott brown, but he's not going to be running. what i see is a 30-year national strategy on the part of this party, well funded to destroy the rights of working people and to destroy labor and to destroy middle class and get their way. listen, you know, we're witnessing the trouble, the pain of that, and democrats need to step up and need to look really hard. now, people are going to be, and you've talked about this on this program, ed, april 4th, the national day of action.